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NASA's Meteoroid Work: Photographing the Lyrid Meteors From the International Space Station

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Bill Cooke, lead of NASA's Meteoroid Environments Office (MEO), provides expert insight on the agency's meteoroid work in this series of Knowledge Bytes. Cooke tells the story of an astronaut on the International Space Station who photographed the Lyrid meteors. 


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    NASA's Meteoroid Work: Photographing the Lyrid Meteors From the International Space Station

    Jul 11, 2019, 16:46 PM
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    Date:
    May 28, 2014, 04:00 AM

    Bill Cooke, lead of NASA's Meteoroid Environments Office (MEO), provides expert insight on the agency's meteoroid work in this series of Knowledge Bytes. Cooke tells the story of an astronaut on the International Space Station who photographed the Lyrid meteors. 


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      NASA's Meteoroid Work: Photographing the Lyrid Meteors From the International Space Station

      Jul 11, 2019, 16:46 PM
      Topic:
      Knowledge Byte
      Vimeo video i ds:
      103946715
      Is public:
      Yes
      Date:
      May 28, 2014, 04:00 AM

      Bill Cooke, lead of NASA's Meteoroid Environments Office (MEO), provides expert insight on the agency's meteoroid work in this series of Knowledge Bytes. Cooke tells the story of an astronaut on the International Space Station who photographed the Lyrid meteors. 


        Video classification:

        NASA's Meteoroid Work: Photographing the Lyrid Meteors From the International Space Station

        Jul 11, 2019, 16:46 PM
        Topic:
        Knowledge Byte
        Vimeo video i ds:
        103946715
        Is public:
        Yes
        Date:
        May 28, 2014, 04:00 AM

        Bill Cooke, lead of NASA's Meteoroid Environments Office (MEO), provides expert insight on the agency's meteoroid work in this series of Knowledge Bytes. Cooke tells the story of an astronaut on the International Space Station who photographed the Lyrid meteors. 


          Video classification:

          NASA's Meteoroid Work: Photographing the Lyrid Meteors From the International Space Station

          Jul 11, 2019, 16:46 PM
          Topic:
          Knowledge Byte
          Vimeo video i ds:
          103946715
          Is public:
          Yes
          Date:
          May 28, 2014, 04:00 AM

          Bill Cooke, lead of NASA's Meteoroid Environments Office (MEO), provides expert insight on the agency's meteoroid work in this series of Knowledge Bytes. Cooke tells the story of an astronaut on the International Space Station who photographed the Lyrid meteors. 


            Video classification:

            NASA's Meteoroid Work: Photographing the Lyrid Meteors From the International Space Station

            Jul 11, 2019, 16:46 PM
            Topic:
            Knowledge Byte
            Vimeo video i ds:
            103946715
            Is public:
            Yes
            Date:
            May 28, 2014, 04:00 AM

            Bill Cooke, lead of NASA's Meteoroid Environments Office (MEO), provides expert insight on the agency's meteoroid work in this series of Knowledge Bytes. Cooke tells the story of an astronaut on the International Space Station who photographed the Lyrid meteors. 


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